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Welcome to Sutherlin Police Services

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Sutherlin Police Services in the 21st Century
*Service, Professionalism, & Dedication*
“Serving our Community with Pride”

Chief of Police Troy Mills


FOR OTHER POLICE BUSINESS CALL PLEASE 541-459-2211 BETWEEN THE HOURS OF 8AM - 5PM - MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY. The Sutherlin Police Department business line rolls over to Douglas County Communications after hours and on weekends.  The non-emergency direct line to Douglas County Communications/ 911 Center is 541-440-4471. 

COVID-19 Sutherlin Police Temporary Modification in Police Services


Message from the Chief of Police, Troy Mills:


The City of Sutherlin and the Sutherlin Police Department recognize that the novel coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, may impact the City of Sutherlin.  The Sutherlin Police Department is committed to providing high quality law enforcement services to our public.  In an effort to minimize possible exposure and to protect essential emergency services, we will be implementing a temporary modification in call responses and services. 

Office hours for the Sutherlin Police Department will be from 8:00am to 4:00pm Monday-Friday. Patrol officers have the authority to handle non-priority calls via telephone whenever possible.  If you require assistance from an officer after 4:00pm, there is a telephone located outside the police department lobby that will connect you directly to Douglas County Dispatch.

In the event of an emergency please call 911. For all other non-emergencies please call either 541-459-2211 or 541-440-4471.

My priority as Chief is to keep my essential staff healthy so that they may deliver quality emergency services when needed.  I thank you for your continued support of this department and value your assistance in working with us during this temporary modification in call responses and services.  

Bryce 2019

The Roseburg Optimist Club has been supporters of the local law enforcement for four decades in Douglas County.  Each year this organization holds the “Respect for Law Banquet,” to honor those who protect and serve our communities.

 This provides an opportunity for law enforcement agencies in our county to select honorees from their respective agencies. This year the Sutherlin Police Department has named Officer Bryce Sanman as our Officer of the Year! He was honored along with other Douglas County Officers and Deputies on February 21, 2020, at the Roseburg Optimist 44th Annual Respect for Law Enforcement Banquet.


Forms can be either e-mailed to or faxed to 541-459-4953
We can assist you with the following:

 animal control
 Douglas County Animal Control at (541) 440-4327 for: 

  • Barking dogs
  • Animal abuse
  • Animals at large
Oregon Sex Offender Inquiry System


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